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Create a tagline and suggest a colour scheme for the National Trust and its website
The National Trust for the welfare of persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation & Multiple Disabilities is a statutory body under the Ministry of Social Justice & ...
The National Trust for the welfare of persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation & Multiple Disabilities is a statutory body under the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India, set up under an Act of the Parliament in the year 1999 for the welfare of these persons with disabilities. The National Trust is a non-commercial statutory Trust. The National Trust also enjoys a special status under Section 80G (2)(a)(iii)(hj) of the Income Tax Act at par with other funds like the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund.
The Objective of the National Trust is –
• To enable and empower persons with disability to live as independently and as fully as possible within and as close to the community to which they belong;
• To strengthen facilities to provide support to persons with disability to live within their own families;
• To extend support to registered organizations to provide need based services during period of crisis in the family of persons with disability;
• To deal with problems of persons with disability who do not have family support;
• To promote measures for the care and protection of persons with disability in the event of death of their parent or guardian;
• To evolve procedures for the appointment of guardians and trustees for persons with disability requiring such protection;
• To facilitate the realization of equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation of persons with disability; and
• To do any other act which is incidental to the aforesaid objects.
The National Trust implements several schemes and programmes to ensure persons with these disabilities lead an independent life with dignity.
The National Trust has revamped schemes and programmes to provide benefit to more and more persons with these disabilities. Presently, the National trust does not have any tagline. Therefore, the National Trust invites entries for creating a tagline and suggesting a colour scheme for the website.
Your creative inputs would enable the Department to become more popular and communicate effectively with the stakeholders.
The last date of submission is 1st September, 2015.
The best entry for tagline and colour scheme will be awarded a cash prize as follows:
• Selected entry for Colour scheme : Rs. 5,000/-
• Selected entry for Tagline: Rs.10,000/-
Click here for Terms and Conditions.
Moderator of Task
Sh. Navnit Kumar
E-mail ID: email@example.com
My submission in PDF file is attached
Please find a fdf file.
1. As we all share a precious gift i.e. life, so the Tagline focuses on bridging gaps between us & specially gifted kids and helping them with all we can and provide them with care and embrace so that they also get better opportunities.
2. In my colours scheme you will see Use of a variety of contrasting colours which will help focus the viewer's attention on specific page elements.
#NationalTrust, #PeersonsWithDisability, #MinistryofSocialJusticeAndEmpowerment, #MyGov
The colour green represents growth.Hence the colour scheme could be Green as a symbol of its own belief.
Slogan: "Take away Dis from a person's ability". Colour Scheme: For the website, according to me the colour scheme should be very bold, as no one is disable in this world everyone have their own pros & corns, one should never be judged on that basis. An example for this is 2015 IAS topper MS. Ira Singhal, who not just cleared the exam this time but already cleared it 3 more times before & never gave up because of any obstacle, she is our hero. Likewise no one should give up & should stay bold.
Creating Quintessence of Life
Disable the Disability, Creating Quintessence of Life
Indian Flag with Rising Sun along with happy and thunsup peoples around school with tag line we are contributor
Tagline:असमर्थ को समर्थ बनाना ईश्वर की सर्वोपरि भक्ति है।